Sister's get together..
Booked an overnight stay at this hotel last year to stay in November unfortunately due to a family bereveavement we had to cancel, the hotel was very kind to let us move our stay to the end of March, we were on a winter warmer deal, very reasonable at approx £50 each, which included bed, breakfast and two course dinner with a glass of wine. The hotel had a nice feel, like a large Victorian house which was spacious downstairs, with a nice lounge/bar and a very large conservatory where we dined. The food was very good, plentiful, hot and well cooked, the staff where mainly young, but very friendly and professional. Our room was spacious with a double aspect which provided plenty of light in the room, everywhere was spotlessly clean and the room was nice a warm and the quality of the towels and linen was lovely ! A few small niggles which is why the rating is not 5- when we arrived the car park/parking area was full and we could not park there, and the road by the park was also full so we had to park by the pavilion, after a few hours we found a space (but only one available).. we had to ask for extra towels, glass and cup because the room was set up just for two people, but saying that after asking it was only a few minutes before a young man supplied us with those items. The park and pavilion is worth a visit and the area is lovely, would certainly stay at this hotel again in the future if staying in the area. less